We ate (and drank) our way through our vacation last week, and we really had some great food. In this post, I’m going to share with you where we ate in Florida. These are the restaurants we went to for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with each restaurant’s website linked under their photo.
John G’s is our go-to breakfast spot. It’s conveniently located in a shopping center near the beach (and the Eau Palm Beach). I had the avocado toast with eggs both times we ate there. They also have amazing French toast! We ordered some for the table to share.
Dune Deck is another one of our breakfast spots. Located right on the beach in Lantana, you can’t beat the view! It’s so nice to look out over the ocean while sipping a mimosa or Bloody Mary, or enjoying a fresh cup of coffee. Their breakfast crepes filled with yogurt are amazing. They also serve fresh fruit, omletes and all the usual breakfast foods.
Banana Boat is on the intercoastal in Boynton Beach There are boat docks so you can pull your boat right up to the restaurant, grab a bite to eat and listen to some music. They have great food and drinks! We tried the smoked mahi dip with veggies, beef sliders, wings and Bloody Mary’s. They have a full menu of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, entrees and desserts. Indoor and outdoor dining is available.
Il Bellagio is located in City Center, an open air mall, in West Palm Beach. They have incredible Italian food, wine and indoor and outdoor dining beside the incredible fountain and color changing lighted tree. There’s also lot of great shopping in the area.
Le Sorelle is a new restaurant for us, and we’re definitely going back! It’s down a sidestreet off Atlantic Ave. in Delray. It’s a small, family owned restaurant featuring amazing Italian food in a fun atmosphere. There’s live music most nights, and the hands-on owners are so warm and friendly.
Benny’s On The Beach sits right on the beach in Lake Worth. They have great drinks, a fun atmosphere, live music and amazing views. After a day on the beach, you can leave your beach chairs in the sand, throw on a cover up and walk right into Benny’s for a refreshing drink or a bite to eat.
Back to Delray for this next restaurant, one of our favorites. City Oyster is always our first stop for dinner whenever we visit Florida. It’s on the Atlantic Ave. strip, among all the other shops, bars and restaurants, and there’s always a lively scene and great people watching. City Oyster’s menu features sushi, steaks, fish, chicken, pork, pasta, salads and more. Indoor and outdoor dining is available.
Old Keylime House is a fun spot with lots of outdoor dining space on the intercoastal. They have boat docks, live music, great drinks and a fun menu. We tried roasted avocado for the first time and it was delicious! Their fresh mahi tacos were also a favorite.
We ate at Chris’s Taverna our last night in Florida. They have amazing Greek food! From salads to roasted meats to gyros and fish, the menu will not disapoint. Chris’s Taverna is located in a shopping center alongside a TJ Maxx and Home Goods, perfect for a little after dinner shopping. There’s also a Cold Stone ice cream shop close by for dessert, if you decide to pass on their homemade baklava.
So that’s where we ate and we enjoyed every meal! It’s always a good time when you’re with good friends. Links to all restaurants are included under each photo. Let me know if you try any of these restaurants!